The Championship Softball Holiday Mini Camp, featuring Tennessee Tech head coach Bonnie Bynum Graham as well as collegiate head and assistant coaches from Division I, Division II, Division III, NAIA and junior colleges, will be held between December 29-31 at Tennessee Tech's Hyder-Burks Agricultural Pavilion.
The schedule includes a mini-camp on Dec. 29 and 30, a recruiting seminar on Dec. 29 and a pitching and catching clinic on Dec. 31.
The cost for the mini-camp is $150 before Dec. 22 and $175 at the door. The pitching/catching clinic is $75 before Dec. 17 and $100 at the door. The recruiting seminar is $40 during pre-registration, $50 at the door. Family and team discounts are available -- 10 percent for teams with five or more players or 10 percent for each additional family member. Only one discount can be used per player.
The mini-camp will include instruction and evaluation from coaches from Tech, Harding, Lander, North Georgia, Mercer, Cumberland, Oakland, Young Harris College, East Tennessee State, Maryville College, Chattanooga, Kentucky Wesleyan, Lee, South Carolina, Lipscomb, South Carolina-Upstate, Trevecca, Georgia Highlands, Marshall and Appalachian State.
The mini-camp is designed to offer instruction and practice time in all areas of the game, featuring small group instruction as the campers move through the camp stations as a part of a team of similar age and skill level.
The pitching/catching clinic is limited to the first 50 pitchers and catchers, and features in-depth instruction in both positions.
The recruiting seminar provides an opportunity to learn about the recruiting process from a coach's and a player's point of view, allowing participants to learn the dos and don'ts, how to prepare a highlight video and resume, things to look for in a college and program, as well as NCAA guidlines.
For more information, or to register, visit championshipsoftballcamps.com.
The camp is operated by the softball coaches of Tennessee Tech. Although the camp may be held on the campus of Tennessee Tech, it is not owned nor operated by the university. The camp is open to any and all applicants age 8 through high school senior.